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Time Spent With Child And Parental Agreement About Preschool Children's Behavior
H. Fitzgerald, E. Maguin, R. Zucker, E. Reider
Published 1994 · Psychology, Medicine
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Although there is a common core of agreement in parental perceptions of their preschool-age sons' problem behavior, perceptions of 107 parents became more concordant as fathers increased the amount of time they spent with their sons. At least within the context of a sample who were at risk for developing abuse of alcohol or other substances and antisocial behavior, fathers who spent less time with their sons perceived them to be less troubled than mothers perceived them to be.
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